State of Oklahoma
Oklahoma Statutes: Title 4. Animals. §4-46. Muzzle and restraint of certain dogs required – Local regulation of dangerous dogs – Dogs not to be declared dangerous. B. Potentially dangerous or dangerous dogs may be regulated through local, municipal and county authorities, provided the regulations are not breed specific. Nothing in this act shall prohibit such local governments from enforcing penalties for violation of such local laws.
No home rule exceptions A recent court case ruled that a “home rule” city in Oklahoma may NOT pass a breed-specific law that conflicts with the state law against BSL.
FAQ for the City of Tulsa Animal Welfare – Information about licensing, rabies vaccination requirements, leash laws, spay/neuter requirements, reporting dangerous animals and stray animal citations/fees, as well as adopting an animal from Tulsa Animal Welfare.
Oklahoma City Municipal Code – Animals – A link to animal related ordinances in Oklahoma City.
State of Kansas Animal Cruelty Laws – A link to animal laws in the state of Kansas.